Snyder Says Morgenthau’s Staffers Have Nothing to Fear From Her

A little more news from the Manhattan district attorney’s race: At a candidate forum this morning, Manhattan district attorney candidate Leslie Crocker Snyder said she wouldn’t seek a removal of current employees from the office if she won.
“There are a lot of rumors out there and that is one of them that I’ve heard, repeatedly,” Snyder said at the event on the West 51st Street, hosted by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce.
“As been said, there’s so much talent in the office that I would hope almost all of them would stay,” she said. She went on to say, “This is a great office and there are many great things I would love to build on.

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